[Coco] Workkng on fig Forth for 6809
Derek John Evans
derek.john.evans at hotmail.com
Tue Feb 19 08:26:41 EST 2019
Re: Color forth source. Its in the manual, but its a little hard to read. The updated disk version has the source in ascii. I don't know what assembler they used. I'm guessing they started with the code from the manual.
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From: Joel Rees<mailto:joel.rees at gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: [Coco] Workkng on fig Forth for 6809
2019年2月10日(日) 13:05、Derek John Evans さん（derek.john.evans at hotmail.com）のメッセージ:
> Looks like a lot of work. Any reason why you're starting from a 6800
Trying to work out some reasons a C language Forth I wrote about fifteen
years ago gives me segfaults, trying to get deeper understanding of how the
pieces of fig Forths fit together, working on a model that should be easier
to convert to "modern" 32 and 64 bit CPUs than what is available. Don't
like the typical register handling in other versions of Forth for 6809. Etc.
The 6800 version is one I was once somewhat familiar with.
Colorforth was figforth. The archive contains an updated disk version plus
> source., but they took out the cas support.
Do we have source code for Colorforth?
An editor for superforth that works in 80 col would be nice.
Yeah, it would. I'll have to get a coco3 emulator running here before I can
work on that.
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